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Matthew Miller

BA 2000, Political Science

Vice President, Business Roundtable
Washington, DC

Matthew M. Miller is a Vice President for the Business Roundtable. In this role, he oversees the Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee, advocating tax and budget policies that promote U.S. competitiveness, economic growth and job creation.  Miller also works on energy, housing and financial regulatory issues at the Roundtable.

Before joining the Roundtable, Miller served as the Vice President of Government Affairs for Financial Executives International (FEI). He worked extensively on taxation, energy, domestic policy, corporate finance and budget issues. Miller also worked on issues relating to the potential move to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the U.S. as the Executive Director of the Corporate Roundtable on International Financial Reporting (CRIFR).

Prior to joining FEI, Miller was Political Director and Senior Consultant at EOP Group, Inc., a private DC firm that specializes in Executive Branch issue resolution, Legislative reform and business consulting services. He was responsible for developing policy and advocacy strategies for EOP’s corporate and trade association clients.

Miller served two terms on the Republican Governors Association National Finance Committee under the leadership of Chairman Mitt Romney (former Governor of Massachusetts) and Chairman Sonny Perdue (former Governor of Georgia). He also served on the Board of Directors of the Phoenix Scholarship Fund, Inc., an Indiana nonprofit organization.

During his law school tenure, he clerked for the former Secretary of the USDA’s (Clinton Administration) boutique law firm, the Seton Hall School of Law Legal Clinic, and the IRS Chief Counsel’s LMSB Office in Newark, New Jersey.

Miller is a native of Mitchell, Indiana. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and his Juris Doctorate from the Seton Hall University School of Law. Miller also received his Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) from Georgetown University Law Center.

Business Roundtable (BRT) is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies with $7.4 trillion in annual revenues and more than 16 million employees. BRT member companies comprise more than a third of the total value of the U.S. stock market and invest $158 billion annually in research and development – equal to 62 percent of U.S. private R&D spending. Our companies pay more than $200 billion in dividends to shareholders and generate more than $540 billion in sales for small and medium-sized businesses annually.

BRT companies give more than $9 billion a year in combined charitable contributions.